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Training Log Archive: Charlie

In the 1 days ending Nov 10, 2019:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hike1 1:53:27 4.53(25:03) 7.29(15:34) 336
  Gym2 45:00
  Total3 2:38:27 4.53 7.29 336
  [1-5]3 2:37:52
averages - sleep:6 weight:168lbs

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Sunday Nov 10, 2019 #

9 AM

Gym (Yoga) 20:00 [3]
slept:6.0 weight:168lbs

Rhonda was wanting to go walking, but I needed some substantial loosening up first. I got home yesterday from Ansonia tired and sore, and decided then that going orienteering today was not happening. If the meet had been down the street, I would have gone cheerfully, but I could just see that the combination of a 90 minute drive each way and running around in the cold for an hour in between was not going to work out so well.
10 AM

Hike 1:53:27 intensity: (35 @0) + (1:30:58 @1) + (18:07 @2) + (3:47 @3) 4.53 mi (25:03 / mi) +336m 20:21 / mi
ahr:101 max:142 shoes: 2019 Blue Gel Kayanos

We did go for a walk, and after considering some options decided on this one along the Tunxis trail and back up home on what is left of Doyle Rd. To keep the distance under some level of control, we had Zack drop us off at the trailhead near the intersection of Lavander Rd with Ratlum Rd. It turned out to be something of an adventure. There are a lot of steep ascents and descents, all covered with relatively fresh fallen leaves, some lubricated by an underlayer of ball bearings. That is, acorns. So very gingerly, particularly on the downhills. Only one actual fall, and that one didn't turn out particularly badly.
3 PM

Gym (Weights) 25:00 [3]

4 x 10 back squats 85-85-85-95
4 x 10 pull downs level 8
3x10 garhammers
3x10 DB bench presses 25#s
2x 10 DLs 95

Back squats went very well. DLs? A little too much pressure on the hammies. Maybe even less weight next time.

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